A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Intended to entertain rather than educate.
Good verses evil is a major theme, as is mentoring young people so that they can use their powers in positive ways.
Positive Role Models
Each of the Avengers has his/her/their own unique personality, but ultimately they want to save the world. Makoto is powerful, but is often insecure. Visiting cast members like Deadpool and Loki often create mischief.
Violence & Scariness
Lots of fantasy violence, ranging from rocket blasts and explosions to villainous threats to end the world. Some of the villains are creepy looking.
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Products & Purchases
The series is part of the larger Avengers franchise.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Marvel Future Avengers, a youth-oriented anime installment of the Avengers franchise, features lots of fantasy violence, including explosions, rockets, and use of a range of weapons, depending on which superhero is doing the fighting. It also has creepy images of villains like Red Skull.
Is It Any Good?
This fun, youth-oriented anime version in the Avengers universe features all the energy and humor the franchise is known for. While the team is doing what it can to save the world from powerful enemies, the three apprentices manage to get themselves into interesting situations, thanks to their youth and impatience.
Watching the up-and-coming superheroes interact with the Avengers is entertaining, and appearances by folks like Deadpool, Spiderman, and Ms. Marvel add to the fray. But like most installments of the franchise, there's lots of fantasy violence that goes along with it. But no doubt that Marvel Future Avengers will provide lots of entertainment to the young fans who tune in.
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